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Old 04-20-2011, 07:32 AM
delroy57 delroy57 is offline
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Default Tires 00 Pathfinder

I am looking to install a used/larger pair of tires on my '00 Pathfinder. The original size tires are P255/65R16. The used pair that I want to install is P265/70R16.
How will having 2 different size tires affect the vehicle?
Should I put the larger size on the front or rear?
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Old 07-26-2011, 01:15 PM
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I am looking to install a used/larger pair of tires on my '00 Pathfinder. The original size tires are P255/65R16. The used pair that I want to install is P265/70R16.
How will having 2 different size tires affect the vehicle?
Should I put the larger size on the front or rear?
The 265s will be sitting about 1/2" shorter. Prolly won't make a difference if it's a 2WD. larger wheels in the back. But you can't rotate the tires normally.

If you're driving 4WD frequently, I'd get them all the same size.
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